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Table of garment measurements
 (cm)
XS/34
S/36
M/38
L/40
XL/42
CHEST
90
94
98
102
106
HIP
100
104
108
112
116
SLEEVE LENGHT
59
59,5
60
60,5
61
GARMENT LENGHT 
70,2
70,6
71
71,4
71,8
 
Table of garment measurements
 (cm)
XS/34
S/36
M/38
L/40
XL/42
CHEST
90
94
98
102
106
HIP
100
104
108
112
116
SLEEVE LENGHT
59
59,5
60
60,5
61
GARMENT LENGHT 
130
130
130
130
130
 
 (cm)
XS/34
S/36
M/38
L/40
XL/42
CHEST CIRCUMFERENCE
80-83
84-87
88-91
92-95
+96
HIP CIRCUMFERENCE
90-94
95-98
99-102
103-105
+106
WAIST CIRCUMFERENCE
60-64
65-69
70-74
75-79
+80
BACK WIDTH
38-40
40-42
42-44
44-46
+46

SIZE GUIDE

How to measure yourself?

To take body measurements correctly, it is recommended to do it in underwear, or with very thin clothes, to ensure that the measurements are as close to reality as possible.
Doing this in front of a mirror will also help to ensure that your measurements are accurate, as they will help to guide you.
Generally, all measurements are taken horizontally to the area of the body to be measured, completely straight across that area.
Once you have these measurements, you should compare them with our size guide to find your perfect size.

Example: my chest circumference
93 cm, so my size to choose will be the S according to the size of the garment.


*Note: if you have measurements that do not go together in the same size, such as a size S chest but an M hip size, you should think about whether you are buying a blazer or a coat, and how you want it to fit: more fitted or more oversize. The difference from one size to another is always a few centimetres.

  • Place the tape measure on the widest/extreme part of your chest and walk around it around your back and back to the starting point. It is very important that you detect which is the widest/extreme area in order to ensure that the measurement is correctly that the measurement is correctly taken.
  • Place the tape around the widest part of your hips, passing through the middle of your bum.
  • Place the tape measure in the middle of the wrist, and passing through the wrist bone, roll the tape measure all the way around the wrist until it returns to the starting point. back to the starting point. We recommend that in this case, you take a measurement of the outer garments that you wear most often to make comparisons with the measurement, as the cuff contours are usually much wider than the measurement of the wrist itself.
  • Locate the widest point of your back, usually very close to the shoulder, once you have located it, place the tape measure at that point and measure to the other side at exactly the same point. 
  • Locate the most protruding point of the shoulder seam, usually near the crease between the shoulder and the arm.
    In a relaxed (downward) arm position, place the tape measure over the arm and run it along the first part of the arm until it passes over the elbow, then to the end of the cuff.

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